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Logolie Yamat

Logolie Yamat

  • Position:
    Junior Researcher - PhD Student
    FPI Fellow
  • Main Research Field:
    Pastoralism, Climate Change and Natural Resource Economics
  • BC3 Research Line:
    3. Research Line Terrestrial Ecosystems,3.2. Research Group Agriculture, Land Use and Forestry
  • Contact information:
    Email address: logolie.yamat@bc3research.org
    Contact phone: +34 944 014 690
  • ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6213-9583

Short CV

Logolie L.E. Yamat is a Pastoralism and Climate Change Economist working with Terrestrial Ecosystems group at the Basque Centre for Climate Change - BC3. He joined the centre after having worked for The Nature Conservancy - TNC since 2019 as a Deputy Program Director for the Endangered Ecosystems - Northern Tanzania program and as a Northern Tanzania Conservation Projects Coordinator, a part of the Africa Program. Before, he worked with various international organizations for over 10 years in managing programs across the African drylands, focusing on building partnership between policymakers and non-state actors.

Logolie holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Mzumbe University (Tanzania) and a Master’s degree of Science in Climate Change and Sustainable Development from the University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania). He is currently a Doctoral student at the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU. His thesis evaluates the sustainability of African land uses with focus on livestock, crops and wildlife economies.

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